But Haaretz has a history.
Remember Zev Sternell? Hebrew University professor.
In Haaretz on May 11, 2001, during the 2nd Intifada, he wrote:
"Many in Israel, perhaps even the majority of the voters, do not doubt the legitimacy of the armed resistance in the territories themselves. The Palestinians would be wise to concentrate their struggle against the settlements...."
The paper is a platform for terror, anti-Jewish terror.
The story is going mainstream.
And Amira was found guilty in court of libel for presenting a false account of Hebron Jews kicking, spitting on and dancing around the corpse of a Palestinian shot by border police. Unfortunately for Hass, closed circuit television footage and a police investigation exposed her story as a lie, and she was ordered to pay 250,000 NIS in damages to the Jewish community.